This chapter examines the issues head-on by analysing recruitment to the upper class in Norwegian society as dependent on both class and gender. It considers whether social class reproduction is clearly gendered, as suggested by some earlier findings which indicate that social class origin matters more for women than for men. The chapter identifies two shortcomings in the existing literature on class mobility entailing both an inadequate approach to analysing divisions among the upper class along forms of capital as well as insensitivity towards the interplay between class and gender. It presents research design and the variables employed in the empirical analysis. The chapter investigates the mobility patterns of both men and women, but scrutinize whether there are gender differences in upper-class mobility chances. It assesses whether upper-class recruitment may follow a specific gendered logic that enables or constrains the ability to both transmit and make use of familial resources.